I get 47mpg highway, 39 city. It took
a little getting used to driving a
hybrid at first. The engine 'autostop'
was a shocker. Who would ever think of
an engine shutting off while stopped in
traffic? And when entering a highway,
going uphill was also a bit tough. In
order to get more power, you shift into
2 for a few seconds, then just shift
back into 1. (This is with an
automatic civic sedan.) A few things I
miss from my 2002 Honda Civic EX are
the color. . I also gained
alloy wheels, side impact airbags. In
short, I love my honda hybrid!
Riding express lanes (alone) to work,
and of course, the gas mileage and
A few things I miss from my 2002 Honda
Civic EX are the navy blue color and
sunroof. However, I gained
alloy wheels, side impact airbags.
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